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Porn sets goal of ending piracy within 15 months

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Why!?!? Wont someone think of the Urines!?

 

The model couldn't be simpler: find an indie filmmaker; convince the production company to let you sue individual "John Does" for no charge; send out subpoenas to reveal each Doe's identity; demand that each person pay $1,500 to $2,500 to make the lawsuit go away; set up a website to accept checks and credit cards; split the revenue with the filmmaker.

 

Although the RIAA and MPAA have stopped suing P2P users for piracy, the porn industry has decided to take on the task of ridding the Web of file swappers. To show how committed they are the purveyors of porn have set a goal to stop P2P porn piracy within 15 months. That's a pretty tall order considering that the RIAA and MPAA failed.

 

According to Ars Technica, the porn industry held a "content protection retreat" (CPR)" in Tucson spear headed by Pink Visual, "a reality and gonzo pornographic film production company". The company convened the secret Pow Wow in order to devise a strategy for ending porn piracy.

 

Invited were law groups, like Media Copyright Group and the Minneapolis/Chicago company, that have made a business out of suing P2P "John Does" for copyright violations. The lawyers are best known for their deals with independent film makers.

 

This process should prove even more lucrative than their indie money maker. Most people who frequent porn sites are not interested in having their identities known. The idea of there being a public record that reveals that they are frequenters of sites like…(well most of them aren't printable) would scare them into paying just about anything to keep that from happening. This is especially true if they are married or have a job that involves the public like teaching or politics.

 

For the lawyers, this looks to be one of the more lucrative markets in which to ply their trade. Few if any porn pirates are going to be willing to challenge these lawsuits in court. While the lawyers may rake in quite a lot of money from these cases, the porn sites themselves may find that they lose subscribers.

 

http://tech.blorge.com/Structure:%20/2010/10/26/porn-sets-goal-of-ending-piracy-within-15-months/

 

Only one reaction can sum this up....

 

 

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Porn industry knows its in dire need of creating new revenue. All the people who actually went down to the local porn store to buy a video simply because they dont know how to use a computer are starting to get old and will die off soon or their wangs are no longer operational and therefore they have no need for porn.

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I didn't realize anyone still paid for p0rnography. There are many sites where you could watch people practice making babies for free as much as you want.

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I didn't realize anyone still paid for p0rnography. There are many sites where you could watch people practice making babies for free as much as you want.

 

There are many stupid people who pay for it. As long as human being lives on Earth, porn industry will never die and removing piracy will eventually help them to make more $$!

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Oh and BTW if there are any straight porn directors here, I am willing to work for free. This way you can save on costs paying for a male pornstar lol

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free p0rn video:

 

 

Don't forget to clean up lol.

that was on tosh.0 lolololol roflrofl lmao

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I never understood some people over here which are paying monthly for some porn sites.. Why don't they just "rent-a-hooker" instead lol

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